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Murray 08-04-2004 01:45 AM

.SPC question
 
Is there a WinAmp plugin to convert .SPCs to .MODs?

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Richter X 08-04-2004 01:49 AM

Re: .SPC question
 
No, but there is a DOS app here that can do it for you. I think it's called OpenSPC.

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Murray 08-06-2004 10:59 PM

Re: .SPC question
 
> No, but there is a DOS app here that can do it for you. I
> think it's called OpenSPC.
>
Anyway to run that in WinXP?

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Richter X 08-07-2004 12:05 AM

Re: .SPC question
 
There should be an MS-DOS emulator here somewhere. Maybe another member could fill you in on some.

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The 9th Sage 08-07-2004 01:47 AM

Re: .SPC question
 
> There should be an MS-DOS emulator here somewhere. Maybe
> another member could fill you in on some.

Hmmm...are you referring to DOSbox?

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Danoz 08-07-2004 03:44 AM

Re: .SPC question
 
> Is there a WinAmp plugin to convert .SPCs to .MODs?

Need them for a game or something? Just wondering, I'm not sure of any programs that actually do it.

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Murray 08-07-2004 06:10 PM

Re: .SPC question
 
The problem is that XP doesn't seem to support commandlines. I can listen to .SPCs without a problem, but I can't convert them to .IT

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Turtle 08-08-2004 12:55 AM

Re: .SPC question
 
> The problem is that XP doesn't seem to support commandlines.
> I can listen to .SPCs without a problem, but I can't convert
> them to .IT

OpenSPC works perfectly fine in Windows XP. People who claim XP can't run DOS applications usually don't understand how to run DOS applications.


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The 9th Sage 08-08-2004 02:29 AM

Re: .SPC question
 
> OpenSPC works perfectly fine in Windows XP. People who claim
> XP can't run DOS applications usually don't understand how
> to run DOS applications.

The Open Command Window Here powertoy (Google it) is pretty handy for these kinds of thingsl


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